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trump of administration? especially with china and also canada and a nafta so if you could speak to those issues? >> shirley. we are where -- aware of the of trade representative powers and obviously we will not try to do anything that is adverse to the congressional mandate but having said that we think it is good for trade policy intellectual resources we can muster faugh. >> [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] >> that was not part of my prepared remarks laugh laugh. >> please proceed. >> is important to bring those intellectual resources to an experience we can to help solve those trade positions and therefore there will be a collaborative process with the white house director of the national trade council would. we will try our best collectively to do our best for this country that is how we visualize the interaction of these parties working as to canada and mexico, the president-elect has made no secret with his remarks that nafta is the first thing for us to deal with with us solidify relationships the best way we can in our own territory for we go off to other jurisdictions
questions about china's trade practices and efforts to promote employment in manufacturing. this hearing of the senate commerce committee is four hours. >>> good morning. we are meeting today to consider the nomination of mr. wilbur ross to be the next secretary of commerce. if confirmed mr. ross would bring decades of business and entrepreneurial experience to this position best known for revitalizes distressed businesses such as those in the united states steel industry. at a time most inventors aban n abandoned the industry, investors abandoned the industry he organized the international steel group in 2002 through acquisitions of the largest steel company in north america, later it merged to form the largest steel company in the world. mr. ross' strong record of achievement led bloomberg business week to name him as one of the 50 most influential people in global finance in 2011. it's also why he is the only person elected to both the turnaround management hall of "f.a.m.e." and private equity hall of fame. mr. ross's business is complemented by a service 0 the communi commun
trade agreement pretty also said china has protectionist trade policy. his confirmation hearing runs four hours. [inaudible conversation] [inaudible conversation] [inaudible conversation] >> of morning. we are meeting today to consider the nomination of wilbur ross to be the next secretary of commerce pad he would bring decades of business, entrepreneurial and civic experience to this position pretty is perhaps best known for his expertise in revitalizing distressed businesses. at a time when most investors had abandoned the industry he organize the steel group in 2002 and two acquisitions. it merged to form the largest steel company in the world. his strong record of achievement named him one of the 50 most in flagyl people in global finance in 2011. it's also why he's the only person elected to the turnaround management hall of fame and the private equity hall of fame. his expenses complement it by service to the community he served as first lieutenant in the u.s. army and is currently a member of the dean's advisory of harvard business school appeared he's an advisory board member
growing concern about china making acquisitions in the united states, and among other things gaining significant influence in the u.s. movie industry. making major acquisitions, potentially creating an environment where entertainment companies in the united states engage in self-censorship because of foreign ownership. that concerns all of us who care about free speech and do not want to see speech censored by other nations. do you share those concerns, and what steps do you see potentially that we could take to mitigate those concerns? >> i think it's one of the most important questions facing us right now, and it's not just food. food is certainly an element of national security by any measure. but it's also little high-tech companies, they are making a lot of venture capital investments and maybe the dollars are not so significant but the technology potentially is. and in areas like semiconductor, i'm very, very concerned about that because they are the worlds largest, they, the chinese are the worlds largest consumer of semi conductors, so far importing it a lot from here
china and also some stories this morning regarding canada and nafta. if you can. >> guest: those issues. >> surely sir. we are well aware of the legislative powers of the us trade representative and obviously the president, neither the present or i will try to do anything that is adverse to the congressional mandate given to the us trade route.having said that though, we think it is good for trade policy to bring all of the intellectual resources that we can muster to . [inaudible] >> that was not part of my prepared remarks. [laughter] >> thank you, please proceed. >> i was saying i think it is important to bring all of the intellectual resources and experience that we can to help solve the trade issues. therefore, i view that there will be a collaborative process among the us trade with myself and peter navarro, the white house director of the national trade council. we will try our best collectively to do what is best for this country. so that is how we visualize the interaction of those parties working. as to canada and mexico, president-elect has made no secret in his public remark
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